Pay directly in the hotel
No hidden fees or taxes
100% secure Online Booking
Best Price Guaranteed
My bookings | Contact | Tel: (+34) 937 654 078
Official website of Hotel Sumus Monteplaya ****S - Adults Only (+16)
  • slider-revolution-1 None
  • slider-revolution-2 None
  • slider-revolution-3 None

Book here

Book now

BOOK AT THE BEST PRICE

Best Price Guaranteed

  • Room 1
Web Assistance: (+34) 937 654 078

Surroundings

Only 1 hour away from the hotel many touristic visits can be made. We are located in a strategic location, only a few minutes walk from several great places. Below we expose them all in detail:
BARCELONA

BARCELONA

Barcelona is located just one hour away from our hotel. It can be reached by train, car or bus. The transport services that link our town with this city work really well: they have regular running times all day and tickets are available at excellent prices. Furthermore, the railway station is in the city centre of Barcelona, meaning if you use this transport method (which is what we recommend), you can easily be in the heart of this city in just one hour.

Barcelona offers an endless amount of activities and ways of discovering the city. If you are visiting Barcelona for the first time or you prefer a comfortable tourism option, the tourist bus is a highly recommended activity. This bus stops at the city’s most symbolic places, including the Sagrada Família, Plaça Catalunya, Passeig de Gràcia, etc.

Another option is to explore the city on foot. Barcelona is a large city but it is very walkable. We recommend a wander through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, where you will come across the Cathedral, and the Palau de la Música Catalana before heading to the Born area, which is one of the city’s most fashionable districts. Alternatively, you could also take a walk down the Ramblas and enjoy the explosion of colours and flavours at La Boquería Market.

Without a doubt, one of the city’s main attractions is its modern architecture, especially that of Antoni Gaudí. Admiring the Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, Casa Batlló and the works of other architects, including Puig i Cadafalch and Domenec i Muntaner, like Casa Amatller, the Palau de la Música, and Casa de les Terrades is one of the greatest pleasures on offer in Barcelona.

The selection of shops, bars and restaurants in Barcelona is endless and you are sure to find entertainment to suit all tastes.

BARCELONA

Barcelona is located just one hour away from our hotel. It can be reached by train, car or bus. The transport services that link our town with this city work really well: they have regular running times all day and tickets are available at excellent prices. Furthermore, the railway station is in the city centre of Barcelona, meaning if you use this transport method (which is what we recommend), you can easily be in the heart of this city in just one hour.

Barcelona offers an endless amount of activities and ways of discovering the city. If you are visiting Barcelona for the first time or you prefer a comfortable tourism option, the tourist bus is a highly recommended activity. This bus stops at the city’s most symbolic places, including the Sagrada Família, Plaça Catalunya, Passeig de Gràcia, etc.

Another option is to explore the city on foot. Barcelona is a large city but it is very walkable. We recommend a wander through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, where you will come across the Cathedral, and the Palau de la Música Catalana before heading to the Born area, which is one of the city’s most fashionable districts. Alternatively, you could also take a walk down the Ramblas and enjoy the explosion of colours and flavours at La Boquería Market.

Without a doubt, one of the city’s main attractions is its modern architecture, especially that of Antoni Gaudí. Admiring the Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, Casa Batlló and the works of other architects, including Puig i Cadafalch and Domenec i Muntaner, like Casa Amatller, the Palau de la Música, and Casa de les Terrades is one of the greatest pleasures on offer in Barcelona.

The selection of shops, bars and restaurants in Barcelona is endless and you are sure to find entertainment to suit all tastes.
GIRONA

GIRONA

The historic city of Girona, which is one of the most interesting places in Catalonia, enables you to take a step back in time and view structures that are thousands of years old: there are two fortified areas, the Força Vella and the Medieval District. The former corresponds to the city’s Roman foundations and the latter is evidence of the expansion of the city walls during the 14th and 15th centuries. The numerous monuments of this city maintain notable artistic value. The attractions of Girona are completed with the enticing Jewish Quarter and its stunning streets and porticoed squares, as well as the city’s exultant Baroque spaces and 19th century constructions by de Rafael Masó.

If you have the chance, make sure to take in the Girona Temps de Flors which runs for 10 days in May. This event fills the city’s monuments, patios and gardens with flowers, creating a unique atmosphere.

GIRONA

The historic city of Girona, which is one of the most interesting places in Catalonia, enables you to take a step back in time and view structures that are thousands of years old: there are two fortified areas, the Força Vella and the Medieval District. The former corresponds to the city’s Roman foundations and the latter is evidence of the expansion of the city walls during the 14th and 15th centuries. The numerous monuments of this city maintain notable artistic value. The attractions of Girona are completed with the enticing Jewish Quarter and its stunning streets and porticoed squares, as well as the city’s exultant Baroque spaces and 19th century constructions by de Rafael Masó.

If you have the chance, make sure to take in the Girona Temps de Flors which runs for 10 days in May. This event fills the city’s monuments, patios and gardens with flowers, creating a unique atmosphere.
COSTA BRAVA

COSTA BRAVA

The Costa Brava begins just a 10 minute drive away from Malgrat de Mar in the towns of Blanes, Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar. The last of these three towns is a special place with a medieval historic quarter that is surrounded by a well preserved 12th century wall with three cylindrical defence towers. From these towers, you can observe the stunning landscape of the bay of this town: a unique feature on the Catalan coast.

A good way of visiting these towns from Malgrat de Mar is to take a boat along the coast (bookings available in hotel reception).

In Blanes and Lloret de Mar, you should visit Marimurtra Botanic Gardens (Blanes) and Santa Clotilde Botanic Gardens (Lloret de Mar), both of which are stunning places with impressive views of the cliffs that hang above the sea.

Further to the north, two of the most picturesque and well-known fishing towns on the Costa Brava can be found: Calella de Palafrugell and Cadaqués.

COSTA BRAVA

The Costa Brava begins just a 10 minute drive away from Malgrat de Mar in the towns of Blanes, Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar. The last of these three towns is a special place with a medieval historic quarter that is surrounded by a well preserved 12th century wall with three cylindrical defence towers. From these towers, you can observe the stunning landscape of the bay of this town: a unique feature on the Catalan coast.

A good way of visiting these towns from Malgrat de Mar is to take a boat along the coast (bookings available in hotel reception).

In Blanes and Lloret de Mar, you should visit Marimurtra Botanic Gardens (Blanes) and Santa Clotilde Botanic Gardens (Lloret de Mar), both of which are stunning places with impressive views of the cliffs that hang above the sea.

Further to the north, two of the most picturesque and well-known fishing towns on the Costa Brava can be found: Calella de Palafrugell and Cadaqués.
LA GARROTXA

LA GARROTXA

The Garrotxa Region, which is approximately one hour away from Malgrat de Mar, is a little known area that offers endless places where you can get away from it all and admire the beauty of inner Catalonia. One place you simply must stop to visit is Besalú. Its streets, bridge, the Fluvià River and its architecture combine to create an exceptional medieval town, which is one of the best preserved in the country. Other picturesque towns in the region are Santa Pau and Castellfollit de la Roca, with the latter being constructed on the edge of a precipice 60 metres in height. If you are visiting the area with children, Banyoles is a great option as you can go for a walk round the largest lake in Catalonia.

Visitors who would prefer to enjoy nature and hiking can head to Garrotxa Natural Park. The different trails to the volcanoes of Santa Margarida and Croscat, and the Fageda d’en Jordà forest area have some unique landscape. You could even view it from the air on an unforgettable hot air balloon ride.

The Garrotxa Region has one of the best gastronomy ranges in Catalonia, boasting “volcanic cuisine”.

LA GARROTXA

The Garrotxa Region, which is approximately one hour away from Malgrat de Mar, is a little known area that offers endless places where you can get away from it all and admire the beauty of inner Catalonia. One place you simply must stop to visit is Besalú. Its streets, bridge, the Fluvià River and its architecture combine to create an exceptional medieval town, which is one of the best preserved in the country. Other picturesque towns in the region are Santa Pau and Castellfollit de la Roca, with the latter being constructed on the edge of a precipice 60 metres in height. If you are visiting the area with children, Banyoles is a great option as you can go for a walk round the largest lake in Catalonia.

Visitors who would prefer to enjoy nature and hiking can head to Garrotxa Natural Park. The different trails to the volcanoes of Santa Margarida and Croscat, and the Fageda d’en Jordà forest area have some unique landscape. You could even view it from the air on an unforgettable hot air balloon ride.

The Garrotxa Region has one of the best gastronomy ranges in Catalonia, boasting “volcanic cuisine”.
MONTSERRAT

MONTSERRAT

Montserrat Abbey is a beautiful Benedictine monk monastery situated on Montserrat Mountain, which is one of the most unusual rock formations in Catalonia, standing at 720 metres above sea level. In addition to visiting the Abbey, pilgrims have been journeying to visit the Moreneta Statue since the 12th century due to its religious importance and the natural beauty that surrounds the Abbey.

You can visit this monastery by taking the train or by driving from Malgrat de Mar to Monistrol de Montserrat. From here, you should then take the funicular railway or cable car to reach the top of the mountain, from which you can take in the magnificent views of the Catalan countryside and, on clear days, even Majorca.

MONTSERRAT

Montserrat Abbey is a beautiful Benedictine monk monastery situated on Montserrat Mountain, which is one of the most unusual rock formations in Catalonia, standing at 720 metres above sea level. In addition to visiting the Abbey, pilgrims have been journeying to visit the Moreneta Statue since the 12th century due to its religious importance and the natural beauty that surrounds the Abbey.

You can visit this monastery by taking the train or by driving from Malgrat de Mar to Monistrol de Montserrat. From here, you should then take the funicular railway or cable car to reach the top of the mountain, from which you can take in the magnificent views of the Catalan countryside and, on clear days, even Majorca.
SHOPPING

SHOPPING

Roca Village is an outlet centre with charming pedestrian streets you can take a wander round and enjoy the chic atmosphere where you will find over 100 big name boutiques with items at discounted prices (between 30% to 70% off).

Roca Village is located in Roca del Vallès, which is 42 kilometres away from Malgrat de Mar. If you would like to visit this shopping area, you can take a bus or drive.

Other places where you can go shopping are Mataró Park Shopping Centre (20 minutes away by train), Calella’s town centre (5 minutes away by train or a 30-minute walk) and Barcelona’s shopping districts: L’illa Diagonal, the Passeig de Gràcia and its luxury boutiques, Portal de l’Àngel, Glòries Shopping Centre next to Torre Agbar, and Las Arenas Shopping Centre in the Plaça d’Espanya. This last option is a unique building (it was formerly a bullfighting ring) that offers impressive views of the city.

SHOPPING

Roca Village is an outlet centre with charming pedestrian streets you can take a wander round and enjoy the chic atmosphere where you will find over 100 big name boutiques with items at discounted prices (between 30% to 70% off).

Roca Village is located in Roca del Vallès, which is 42 kilometres away from Malgrat de Mar. If you would like to visit this shopping area, you can take a bus or drive.

Other places where you can go shopping are Mataró Park Shopping Centre (20 minutes away by train), Calella’s town centre (5 minutes away by train or a 30-minute walk) and Barcelona’s shopping districts: L’illa Diagonal, the Passeig de Gràcia and its luxury boutiques, Portal de l’Àngel, Glòries Shopping Centre next to Torre Agbar, and Las Arenas Shopping Centre in the Plaça d’Espanya. This last option is a unique building (it was formerly a bullfighting ring) that offers impressive views of the city.

Book here

Book now

BOOK AT THE BEST PRICE

Best Price Guaranteed

  • Room 1
Web Assistance: (+34) 937 654 078